Taking a stroll is a wonderful way to improve your mental and physical health, and there are so many trails that wind through Prince George’s for you to enjoy. Walk under green canopies, along scenic rivers, and beside flowering fields as you trek through these paths in the region.

Try out one of these six green trails in Prince George’s:

  1. Walk along the rolling stream when you travel Little Paint Branch Trail at the Little Paint Branch Stream Valley Park in Beltsville. As you walk, you can head over a bridge and wander through the green spaces of the park.
  2. There are plenty of trails running through Patuxent River Park. There are also rolling green fields, boating docks, campsites, and lakeshores. Consider what you’d like to experience in the park and follow the paths that lead you there.
  3. The Rhode Island Avneue Trolley Trail travels from College Park and Hyattsville along an asphalt route. You can bike or hike this path, and you’ll get to follow the avenue that served as a trolley route from Washington, D.C. to Laurel, MD, from 1903 to 1958.
  4. The small Bedford Park in Laurel is a great spot to wander through the trees. It’s also a fantastic spot to take a break with the little ones, because it has an easy-to-access playground. Along with the paved loop, there’s also a tennis court and a space for volleyball.
  5. Part of the Anacostia River Trail System runs through Prince George’s, and you can enjoy the flat, barrier-free trails with signs and markers. You’ll get to enjoy the streams, valleys, wetlands, and woodlands that are home to the trail.
  6. The asphalt Cross Creek Connector Trail is a great way to move through Prince George’s, and you’ll get to enjoy the green space around the paved trail in Beltsville while you travel it.

Hit up the Prince George’s skateparks while you’re exploring the region.